GDPR is very emphatically about managing privacy with the interests of the data subjects at heart. It is not about encouraging lazy people to sign away their rights.
Musings from David Norfolk, Practice Leader for Development & Governance.
The bottom line, I think, is that (regardless of GDPR and its jurisdiction) a mutable company can’t afford to have a breakdown of trust with its customers and other stakeholders – as Facebook is discovering. GDPR may simply be a catalyst for bringing data-related trust issues to the surface.
David Norfolk comments on an interesting article, for emerging Mutable Businesses, from McKinsey.
Blockchain governance will be key to its success in its role as a distributed ledger technology for mutable businesses.
Robotic Process Automation may be the practical face of business process automation today, but it is not exactly new.
Configuration management would seem ideally placed to take advantage of a secure distributed ledger, using Blockchain.
In May 2018 the UK is still in the EU. GDPR will impact YOU, in ways that you may not appreciate – even if you are a small company or a charity.
Without Agile configuration management (automated with tools such as Puppet), it is hard to be Mutable without breaking things.
Cloud Foundry could be one of the leading platforms for developing business automation, as more and more people adopt Cloud and OSS (Open Source Software).
When employees, business partners, regulators and customers operate in a mutable (changing) environment, it is essential that they can TRUST this environment.